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SonicWALL NSa 2700

Together with additional security options, as single-pass Reassembly-Free Deep Packet Inspection (RFDPI) or anti-spyware, SonicWALL NSa series firewalls guarantee all-round security. Moreover, although such features typically slow down your network performance, the NSa's specialized hardware architecture prevents any decrease in performance and networking speeds.
On this page, we are taking you through the key technical specification of the SonicWALL NSa 2700, as well as step-by-step information on how to set up a VPN connection on your NSa device to use on your Mac in VPN Tracker 365.

Firewall throughput5.2 Gbps
VPN throughput2.1 Gbps
SeriesSonicWALL NSa Series Next-Generation Firewalls
ModelNSa 2700
Recommended forMedium Business (20-50 users)
Supported VPN standardsIPsec, SSL
Max. number of VPN users50
User management on deviceyes
Automatic network configurationyes
RAM64 GB
Device StatusActive

Configure VPN for a SonicWALL NSa 2700 Next-Generation Firewall

Follow these steps to set up a VPN connection on your NSa Series NGFW:
  1. Open the network interface for your device.
  2. Note down the public IP address.
  3. Configure the Pre-Shared Key / Shared Secret (check our detailed configuration guide for more information.)
You are now ready to configure your connection on your Mac.

Set up a Mac VPN connection for a SonicWALL NSa Series Firewall


VPN Tracker is the best macOS VPN client for SonicWALL NSa Series Next-Generation firewalls. Thanks to support for Simple Client Provisioning, all your device’s settings can be easily imported to VPN Tracker 365 for a straightforward setup.
Follow these steps to start using your newly configured VPN connection on your Mac in VPN Tracker 365:
  1. Download VPN Tracker 365 free and install the app on your Mac.
  2. Set up a new Company Connection and choose SonicWALL > NSa Series from the list.
  3. Enter your device’s public IP address by ‘VPN Gateway’, then select Simple Client Provisioning as the Network Configuration method.
  4. Click done to save and test your connection.

 You can now use your SonicWALL VPN connection on your Mac. You can find more detailed device info for SonicWALL firewalls here.

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